EAST HANOVER, NJ- Hanover Park's boys basketball had a huge strong point last season, and it was scoring. The Hornet’s averaged 68 points a game with their robust offense. This is in contrast to the enormously talented Hanover Park girls basketball team that prided themselves on their rock solid defense.
The team was led by seniors Matt Winschuh and Joey Jandoli who both averaged 18.4 points a game. Winschuh also finished his career at Hanover Park with 1,151 points and made 202 three-pointers. Jandoli, who made third team in Group 2, also hit 65 three-pointers this past season and chipped in 217 rebounds.
Head Coach Todd Hartman reached a milestone with his 200th win at Hanover Park as this up tempo offensive team went 22-7 reaching the North Jersey Section 2 Group 2 finals and finish second in their conference with an 8-2 record. The Hornets were at their best at home, going 12-1 and averaging 76 points a game. Junior Michael Boeckel led the team in assists with 217 as he often found Winschuh and Jandoli open for their three-pointers.
Both basketball teams saw Hanover Park play deep into their respective state tournaments and basketball fans around East Hanover and Florham Park are looking forward to next season’s tip off.